For the Marvel Cinematic Universe threequel, artist BossLogic has shared a Spider-Man: No Way Home poster depicting Doctor Octopus, Matt Murdock, Green Goblin, and more. In the latest installment of the franchise, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock returns to scare the titular web-slinger, but this time will be crossing the universe to battle Tom Holland’s incarnation of Peter Parker, after previously facing off against Tobey Maguire’s in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy.
Along with Jamie Foxx’s Electro from Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and an unspecified Green Goblin, Molina is one of several villains returning for the film.
New Poster revealed
In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker continues to grapple with the public exposure of his secret identity, which occurred in the post-credits scene of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Parker, unsure of where to turn, enlists the help of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange to cast a spell that will erase everyone’s knowledge of his presence as Spider-Man, but the spell goes awry, allowing a chaotic universe to emerge. As Spider-Man: No Way Home approaches its December release date, audiences’ questions and theories continue to grow.
Following the release of the official first poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home by Sony and Marvel, BossLogic took to Twitter to reveal a Spider-Man: No Way Home poster he and The King’s Letter created. One of Doc Ock’s tentacles creates a crater in the earth, surrounded by a business card from Nelson & Murdock, a Vulture shadow, a Green Goblin pumpkin grenade, and more on the duo’s poster.
Take a look at this Easter egg-filled poster:
Outside of Molina and Foxx, many fans are hoping to see Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock from Netflix’s Daredevil and the previous Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, because of the multiverse nature of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s plot.
Though the work of BossLogic and King’s Letter may not have been hired by Marvel Studios for the film, it is sure to heighten speculation and anticipation over the Man Without Fear’s possible debut.
For about a year, Cox has been reported to feature in the film, with unconfirmed reports of the actor on set in character as his lawyer persona rather than the devil